In a small, Northern Vermont Kitchen, we sate our appetites with homemade meals and a love of local ingredients.

Local Food

Playing with our local fruits and vegetables. Seasonal recipes inspired by our CSA and local farmers markets.

From Scratch

Everything is from scratch, even the ketchup, tahini and - yep - the microgreens...

Nothing is Impossible

Well, almost nothing. You can't make your own homemade MSG.

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Pumpkin and Cayenne Chili

Pumpkin is good in coffee, but man oh man, it’s amazing in chili. The slight sweetness lets you pile on the heat without making it crazy hot. It just has layers and layers of flavor. Jedd and I have had this for dinner for the last three days, and I’m…

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Orange Honey Ricotta Peach Tart

This tart is full of citrusy flavor. Bonus: There’s rum in the crust! Every year for our friend Steve’s birthday, we hit the batting cages and then drink beer. It’s a fun little tradition. Granted, I’m not much of “pinch” hitter – but I do love it. Although, someday I…

Blackened fried green tomatoes

Blackened Fried Green Tomatoes

Every summer I buy green tomatoes. Every summer I say I’m going to deep fry them. Every summer I get randomly intimidated by the idea, and I don’t. This summer, I finally did.

Blueberry chicken salad

Grilled Chicken, Blueberry and Blue Cheese Salad

This isn’t as much a recipe as it is a love letter to August. In January, you can only dream of the abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables that we have right now. For instance, sitting happy and proud in the fridge are two – count them two – pints…

Sesame Gochujang salad

Sesame Gochujang Salad

This salad has heat. And by heat, I mean some lovely, lingering spice. Which means it would be perfect to bring to a picnic, or even to the batting cages on a super hot afternoon. “But, if the salad is spicy, why would you want to eat it when it’s…